HEEEELP!!!!! Aerospace/Aviation/Weather Question!!!!!!!?
I've tried studying, and i cant find out how to do this, help!!! its a lot of grades for school:
From ISA to MSL, calculate the Temperature (in Celcious) and Pressure in mb and inches at the given altitude:
Anyone? At least i need answers, or someone explaining how to do this.
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
What I understood is that you want to find out the standard values of ISA.
If I am correct to assume this, then please refer the standard ISA values of temperature and pressure at MSL. the ISA also gives the rate of change with height. Apply this and u will get the answer.
eg isa temp at msl is taken as 15 C. and temp gradient is 1.99 or take it 2 C. so at 3000 ft the temp isa is 15 - 6 = 9 C.
msl pressure is 1013.2 hpa or 29.92 inces.
So u can calculate. I hope this helps u.